The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1956 · Page 34
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 34

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1956
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t—Algeria (la.) Upper De« Moines Tuesday, March 27, 1956 Schutjer-Hoffmann Nuptial Vows, Titonka, March 18 Titonka — Before a beautifully decorated altar of baskets of pink and white carnations and i-Umting candleabra, Miss Sharon SchutjcSr, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Schutjer, became the bride of Fred Hofmann. son of Mr and .Mrs Ernest Hofmann, in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Max Goldman of the Titonka Methodist church, Sunday evening, March If!, at 7 o'clock. Mrs Earine VanWelben. friend of the bride, played the nuptial music and accompanied Herb Schram who sang "The Lord's Prayer". "Because", and "Oh Promise Me" during the ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of Nylon net over satin fashioned with a sweetheart neckline and long tapered sleeves. Her skirts was fashioned with lace on either side and a long train followed. Her fingertip veil was held in place by tiny seed pearls and she carried ;) bouquet of a white orchid encircled with French carnations. Her jewelry was a pearl necklace and earrings, a gift of tin groom. Bonnie Burgess, sister of thr bride was matron of honor Bridesmaids were Marilyn Peterson, friend of the bride nnd Leona Hofmann, sister of. the bridegroom. Attendants to the groom were Robert Hofmann, brother of the groom as best man while the groomsmen were Terry Schutjer brother of the bride and Frank Uliman, a friend of the groom Ushers were Win. Schutjer. :'<ni?in of the bride, and Donald Arenson of Mankato. Minn., brother-in-law of the groom. Candlelighters were Wendell Schut.ier and Michael Nelson, cousins of the bride. Following the ceremony a reception for about 200 guests was held in the Fellowship hall. Mr.; Wm. L. Rode and Mrs Herbert Rakow. cousins of the bride, cut and served the four-tiered wedding cake which was all white and topped with a white wedding well. Mrs Donald Arenson, sister of the groom, poured and Mrs J. Stobritz of Algona, a friend of the bride, served punch. Waitresses were Beverly Richter, Mary Ann Rippentrop, Mrs Kensy Korte nnd Mrs Eddie Scott. Dining room hostess was the bride's aunt. Mrs Roy Wal- j-od and the kitchen, hostesses were Mrs Wm. Peterson, Mrs Henry Radmaker. Mrs Erwin Eden, Mrs Eldon Atlig. Mrs Dale Higgins and Mrs Jerry Wubben with Miss Florence Reynolds being kitchen chairman. Mrs Gerald Loehr, cousin of the bride, had charge of the guest book while Mrs Clyde S'ates and Muriel Schutjer, cou- BRADLEY BROS. PHONE 714 ALGONA NIW TRIADS ON YOU* TRACTOR TIRES « 1/2 NEW TIRE PRICE CALL US FOR «WCB| PAY WHEN YOU HARVEST BRADLEY BROS. PUBLI ALE Because of the recent death of the owner. Ot to F. Elsbecker, the following livestock, farm machinery and miscellaneous equipment will be sold to' *he highest bidders^ al .the> farm located 2>/ 2 miles south, one-half mile east, one-half mile south. IVi miles east.of Bancroft, or 3 miles north on 169, 2 miles east, one mile north and one-fourth miles east of Burl, on MONDAY, APRIL 2 SALE TO START PR OMPTLY AT ONE O'CLOCK 9 HEAD OF CATTLE 9 White Face Bull, wt. about 950 Ibs. Two White Face Cows, coming with third calf. Two White Face Heifers, yearlings. One Springing Shorthorn Cow. One Red Heifer, yearling. Holstein Cow with calf at side. 350 Leghorn Chickens, Yearlings, Laying Good Now FEED and GRAIN 150 bu Shelled Corn. 1800 bu. Ear Corn. 375 bu. of Nemaha Seed Oats, grown from certified seed. 475 bu. of Feed Oats. 200 bales of Straw. 500 bales of Hay. Three loads ' of loose hay. FARM MACHINERY I Model A John Deere fraclor. 1939, with lights, anti-freeze, 2-row John Deere Cultivator. In Al shape. • Model B John Deere Tractor, 1935, with 2- rcw Cultivator. Al shape. 15 ft. John Deere Disc. Galloway 4-section Drag with steel folding drawbar. IHC Endgate Seeder. 10-ft, John Deere Field Cultivator, on rubber, ppwef lift, like new. 4-row Blackhawk Planter, in Al shape. IHC 10-ft. Binder converted to windrower, power take off. New Idea Horse Mower, 5-ft. *-' IHC Hay Loader. Case Spike Tooth Combine, 1952, Al shape. 2-IS in. Case Plow. 2-14 in. Case Plow. 2 years old, on rubber. New Idea 2-row Corn Picker. New Idea Stalk Cutter, cut only 25 acres. IHC Manure Spreader on steel. Two Rubber Tired New Idea Trailers, good tires, in good shape. Anthony Steel Flare Box, in good shape. IHC Steel Flare Box, in good shape. Humboldt Manure Loader with Snow Bucket, mounts on A John Deete. 48-ft John Deere Elevator, only 2 years old. John Deere Drive Over Hoist, mechanical, 3 years old. New Ides 4-bar Side Rake, like new. 10-in. Massey-Harris Hammermill, like new. TERMS: Cash or make arrangements with y be removed from premises until settled for. Johr/ Deere 4-section Rotary Hoe, 3 years old, like new. 14-fi. Grain Auger, new in 1954. Hay Rack on Steel Running Gears. Hav Fsed Rack. Hawkeye Fanning Mill. Two Hound Hog Feeders. Wood Hog Feeder. 1953 Dodge Car, 4-door, V8 Motor, only 28,000 actual miles, good tires, all in excellent condition. " 16-ft. Boat with trailer. 5 H.P. Jchnson Sea Horse Outboard Motor. 12 ga. Remington Repeating Shotgun. .22 calibre Rifle. 650 Ibs. Walnut Grove Mineral. 1100 Ibs. Walnut Grove 4x4 Supplement. 4 bu. DeKalb Seed Corn, new this year. Harvey Corn Shelter with blower and cob stacker. Two Biooder Houses, one is 14x20. Jam«swey Ventilator. 500 Ib. Platform Scale. Biitterv Charger. Electric Fencer. 14-ft. Ladder. Cowboy Tank Heater. Walsh Weed Sprayer, mounts on John Deere. Rubber Tired Wheel Barrow. Post Drill. Two Brooder Stoves. Emery Wheel with ' 4 H.P. Motor. ' '< H.P. Motor. IHC Cream Separator with motor. Eleciric Drill and sel of bits. Many, many other articles loo numerous to mention. our banker before the sale. No property to Not responsible in case of accidents. Otto Elsbecker, Estate ;ins of the bride, were in charge of the gifts. The bride is a graduate of thfe as* of 1954 and nfcs since wofk* ed in Titonka and Algona. Mr Idfinann served two years in the service and has been associated n farming with his father on iis return home. After a Honeymoon to Colorado the couple will live on the farm .nvncd by Louise Senne', east of Titonka. To Tour Europe Irvin L. Rippentrop, son of George' Rippentrop, supervisor of vocal music in the Decorah Public Schools, lias been one of 68 chosen to tour Europe next summer on a good will tour sponsored by the state department. The group will leave the International Airport in New York City on June 20 for a flight to Salzburg, Austria. and from there will tour Germany. France, Switzerland, Holland, Belgium and England. Gets Minneapolis Job Mr and Mrs Ted Dunmire and Thea Donna took Carol Dunmire to Minneapolis, Sunday, where she is to begin her new work Monday for the Prudential Life Insurance Company. She has recently completed six months training at the Mankato Commercial college. Mrs Ricklefs Hostess Mrs Win. Ricklefs entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon with Mrs Minnie Oesterreicher and Mrs Katheryn Sexton winning the prizes. Mi's Glenn Miller and Mrs Wayne Truesdell were guests. Confirm Five A class of five confirmants was confirmed Palm Sunday in Good Hope Lutheran church, with Rev. B. H. Schwerin officiating at the morning 1 service. Members of the class are Joan Baacle, Georgia Godfredson, Marian Hanna, Arnold Schutter, nnd Marilyn Wei- housen. Also a class of five were confirmed at the Immantiel's Lutheran church with the Rev. H. A. Diers officiating. Members of the class were Myrna Boyken, Richard Mayland, Gary Meyer, Lloyd Ullma'n and Edgar Stoehr. Mrs Eddie Scott and son of Harrington, Kan. visited over the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Dale Higgins. She came to lake part in the Hoff- man-Schutjcr wedding. Mr and Mrs Win. Boyken returned Friday after nearly a, three week's trip to lloustin, Tex. nnd Florida and other southern states. At Houston they visited their daughter and family, Mi and Mrs David Ryder and at Clcarwatcr, Fla., they visited at the Mablc Peterson home. Mr and Mrs George Alkc and Janice of Titonka, Mrs Anna Radig and Mr and Mrs Louis Seegebarth and family of Lone Rock drove to Rock Rapids,Sunday, and attended the bap-. ti'smuL service for Kirk Allen. Thacker, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker Jr., Mr and Mrs See-' gebarth were sponsors. Mrs Anna Alke, mother of. Mrs Thacker, returned with the Alkes after a three week's stay caring for her daughter and the new baby. Mr and Mrs John Stotl ;ic- companied by Mr and Mrs Eh-oy Hatten attended the Ice Canaries at St.. Paul over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller, Mr and Mrs Robert Nielsen, Johnny and James of Albert Lea were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Carol Ann. Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughters were afternoon visitors. The Millers and Nielsens were supper guests at the Elinor Weigand home the same evening. "Mr and Mrs Morris Kiel and family of Ledyard visited at the Fannie Kiel and Leonard Callies homes Sunday. Mrs June Goldman was a guest speaker at the Poweshiek Co. Rural Woman's Club ;it Mai- come, which is a small town near Grinni'll Friday. She was accompanied by Mrs Margaret Lang whose former home \va.s Grinnell. Mr ;md Airs Henry V;m Hovn and family were supper ancf evening guests of Mr and Mrs J. L. InU-Tinill nnd family Sunday. New Owners For Store At Grant Center Swea & Eagle — Mr and Mrs Marvin A. Rich, formerly of Reedsporl, Ore., have recently purchased the Grant community tore from Mr and Mrs Alfred Zielskc. The Richs have remodeled the store, and also the apartment in rear of store where they live. Mr Rich was formerly of Fairmont, Minn., and Mrs Rich is the former Janice Stephenson of Swea City. The couple have oile daughter Claudia. Eagle-Elies Meet The Eagle-Ettes. 4-H Girls club, met Saturday afternoon, March 17 at the home of Karen Madsen. Roll feall was answered by 14 members and one new member Susan Bravender. Mrs Lloyd, Thorson asked the girls to lake part in Eagle Township Red Cross drive. Mrs Harvey Larson gave a talk on Rally Day to be held in June. Beverly Thoreson and Walece Schmecking and Karen Madsen and Judy Pavik gave demonstration. Two picture studies by Patty Roalson and Lorraine Kracht were given. Games and luncheon was en- joye'd. Ruth Ann Pehrsop and Carmen Larson of the Eagle- Ettes. Club had a display featuring "Foreign Dolls" in the Rusk Drug store in Algona two weeks ago Saturday during National 4-H week. Mrs Milton Peterson accompanied by Mrs G. D. Baker and Rev. A. M. Youngquist were in Fort Dodge Tuesday to attend the annual business meeting of the Lutheran Welfare Society. The Grant Methodist Woman's Society met Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the home or Mrs Martin Tokhcim. Devotions were led by Mrs Leonard Mino: a program was in charge of Mrs Delmar Anderson. Name 31 To GOP Conclave Kossuth county will send 31 delegates to the Republican state convention at Des Moines April 6. They were named during the county convention, held in the courthouse March 16. Those who will attend are: N. B. Best, H. W. Bbsworth, Oliver Carlson, Duane Dewel, Alice Fristedt, Robert LaBarre, Edward Mawdsley. Marc Moore, and L. W. Nitchals, Algona; Lillie Frederickson, Wayne Keith, Ray McWhorter, Benita Mitchell, Geo. Patterson and Mennet frunkhill, Burt; Mrs Albert Johnson, Corwith. Elmer Schaefer, Buffalo Center; Fred Brown, Fenton; Angus Cotton, Juliana Jackson and Fred Plumb. Lone Rock; Mabel Har- grcaves and Jon Nelson, Lu- Verne; Nellie Anderson, Richard M. Anderson, Ruth Carlson, Florence Peterson, R. E: Ridge and Ray Smith, Swea City; Doris Miller, Titonka; and Lael Root, Wesley. A junior delegation of at least 21 high school students will also ittend. According to the rules of eti- quet, the bride and groom should remain at their reception for not more than two hours** V.F.W'. Auxiliary, S-City, Elects Swea City—Newly elected officers for the V.F.W. Auxiliary' include Mrs Kenneth Bfones, president; Mrs Russell Smith, senior vice president; Mrs Geo. Selzer, junior vice president; Mrs Earl Berg, secretary-treasurer; Mrs Murray Elm^re, chaplain; Mrs Leonard Appeiquist trustee; Mrs Elmer Swanson, conductress; Mrs Don Forshee guard. New members Include Mes- 13 COLORS 13 RUSCO WINDOWS 5ALVAN1ZED STEEL SELF STORING COMBINATION give you more convenience and com fort than any oiher combination window t RUSCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add great* ly id the beauty of your home I Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 p.m Display at 116 So. Dodge. Algonli dames Fred Albers, Andy Stefanski, Gordon Wcstcott, George' Harriet-, Bill Weltha^ Wm. Wai- stead, Gefte McDonald, Eldon, Isaacson, Allen Looft, Milton Grieman and Jay Brones. LUTHERANS! Check our low premium specials before you buy $10,000 special whole life, $5,000 special endowment, $2,500 juvenile special saving and annuities mortgage cancellation and many others. Victor L Mueller District Representative Ventura, la. Phone 2650 BE SURE IT'S A. A. L. Compare Our Price Compare Our Quality AND YOU'LL KNOW WHY THE HOSPITALS Elfricda Scha- medical; Mrs Corwith, med- Asa, Algona, Fisch- Terry Mar. 12 — Mrs fer, West ,Bend, Stanley Carman, ical; Mrs Fred x-rays. March 13 — Joseph McCleish. Bancroft, accident; Mrs James VVildin, Algona, maternity; Mrs Milton Salisbury, Burt, maternity; Mrs M. J. Erdman, Whittemore, maternity; Mrs Sylvestor Roy, Algona. medical; Mrs Ernest Gales, LivermcTc, maternity. Mar. 14 — Andrew Johnson, Algona, medical; Baby Karon Becker, Burt, medical; Mrs Pat' Montag, Algona, medical. Mar. 14 — Mrs Rena Buell, Burl, medical; Karlyn K. Struthers, Ottosen, medical; B. G. Hokomb, Algona, medical. Mar. .16 — Mrs Kenneth er, Bancroft, girl, 7-12-2; J. Alt, Burt, surgery; Linda Rasmussen, Swea City, medical; Mrs Laura Woito, Algona, medical: Leo Kramer, Bancroft, medical; Mrs P. A. McArthur, Algona, medical; William McGuire, West Bend, medical. Mar. 17 — Mrs Frances Immerfall, Algona, medical; Mrs Bertha Stow, Burt, medical; Mrs Ray Muller, Wesley, medical; Mrs Ralph Hauser, Algona, boy, 8-15. Mar. 18 — Mrs Ralph Schumacher, Whittemore, medical: Mrs Montie Black, Algona, boy, 7-7'.;;; Mrs Lloyd Brockman, Corwith, girl, S-ll; Mrs Milton Salisbury, Burt, boy, 7-13; Mrs B. J. Bradford, Algona, surgery: Mrs Elmer Hauenstein, Irvington, maternity; Mrs Arthur Obrecht, Algona, medical^ Mar. 19—Wendell Feaster, Algona, medical; Herman Haack. Fenton,-medical. QUINN & YUNGEBERG, Auctioneers. FARMERS & TRADERS SAVINGS BANK, Clerk. Boy, 14, Sent To Eldora School A 11-year old Algona youth, who was picked up and que>- tinned by local authorities March 19, wa.s sentenced to F.ldora Training School Wednesday afternoon by Judge G. W. Stillman in juvenile court. Tile hoy pleaded guilty to ^ charge of larceny of motor vehicles, a result of his admittedly stealing ears from lots at K".-,- suth Motor and Russ & Ky's garage, also private cars on seven different occasions. He also ad- milted breaking into aiv.l entering Buscher Bros. Implement ;ind stealing mure than S7. FREEZER DEAL IS AT THE ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Woman Hurt In Truck Mishap A Whittemore woman, Mrs Rulph Schumacher, was injured and hospitalized at St. Ann hospital March 17 when a truck, driven by her husband, overturned just 'west of the junction of 1G9 and 18 north of Algona. The Schumachers were return- iiiK to their home from Eagle. Grove at the time of the mi-shap. The truck was not damaged whi-n it hit a patch of ice and rolled over. The three horses in the hack of the truck at the time were not injured. Mrs Schumacher's chest an<: : left arm were injured. Gets $500 Fine Russell Sharp. Algona, recently was fined $500 after pleading guilts' in district court at Clarion of driving while intoxicated, second ufieilse. Admiral 17.03 Clf. FT. MODEL 17F59 REG. $389.95 Freezer $3091 Sealed-Off Compartment for Quick Freezing . Control . . . Safety Handle with Built-in Lock "Child-Proof" Coin-Action Freezing Warning Signal Light. . . Protected Automatic Interior Light. . . "Dry Wall" Construction - Will Not "Sweat" 3-Way Cold Seal... Stores 598 pounds of frozen food. Positiv* 14 FT. UPRIGHT REG. $369.95 _. $299.95 20 FT. CHEST REG. $449.95 _. $350.00 ALGONA IMPLEMENT 1407 Commerical St. Phone 52 — Algona FEDERAL LAND BANK FARM LOANS Are Still First Choice With Farm Owners And Buyers ' Actual cost of a Federal Land Bank Loan is less than 4% due to dividends your receive from your National Farm Loan Association through which you get your loan. Enjoy the safety of a long term loan combined with the privilege of paying off at any time from your income without penalty. Write or see the secretary-treasurer oar«ed below for FREE booklet and information telling how you can obtain the advantages of a Federal land Bank loan in financing old indebtedness, improvements, farm purchase and other agricultural expenditures. NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION Eugene H. Hutcbins, Secretary-Treasurer (Farmer Owned) 110 South Dodge Street, Algona, Iowa

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